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between president obama and the press corps comes not only budget cuts or immigration or guns but over golf. an outing with tiger woods sparks complaints that the president is stiffing the white house press, even as he talks to local tv types and hangs out on google. >> this is not about a trivial issue like a golf game. we don't really care about the president's score. we care about access to the president of the united states, whether as a democrat or a republican. >> does the press have a case or does this amount to whining? for years now we've heard david axelrod and robert gibbs defend their boss. >> well, of course, the pamphlet reflects the ideas that the president is advanced throughout this campaign about where we need to go as a country building on the progress that we made. >> i think you're going to see an exceptionally strong debate performance tonight from the president. i think you'll see somebody who will be strong and passionate and energetic. >> now, they're resurfacing as msnbc commentators. is the network becoming an obama administration in exile. >>> journalists we
, the state of the union. the pundits all suited up to analyze what barack obama was going to say and then -- >> we're focusing on two people tonight. this guy, christopher dorner and the president of the united states. one is giving his state of the union address and the other is, perhaps, in that burning cabin. >> should the cable news channels spent so much time on that fatal california shootout with a cop killer? >>> as for the republican response, the moment everyone was talking about. >> some are jokingly calling it water, yes, watergate. >> seriously, why was the water so far away? it makes no sense. >> at that point, it's better to have no water. >> why was the press so upset with marco rubio's water bottle? >>> it was a battle of the titans. i head into the no-spin zone with bill o'reilly. i already won this round on points because you said, yes, i guess i should have mentioned it. the elephant in the room that kick started this debate. >> number one i said to goldburg, i should have mentioned it only because it would have avoided all of this nonsense. all right. >> but w
. stay tuned for "reliable sources." >>> from the moment hillary clinton and barack obama sat down for that love fest on "60 minutes" she has been on an all-out media blitz with some folks practically begging her to run in 2016. >> if in the course of the next couple of years it appears, as it does appear right now, that you might be the person who could actually break through that glass ceiling and become the first female president of this country. would you feel a certain obligation to seize that mantle? >> are journalists going way too easy on the former secretary of state? >>> hger aldo rivera says he ma run for the u.s. senate. i'll tell you why i'm not buying it. >>> the white house takes the unusual step in putting out this photo of obama skeet shooting at camp david, just like he said. did the media mockery miss the target. >>> are network sportscasters part of the hypomachine that builds our interest in the big games? >> they might as well start the pregame the week before and just keep it going and then do a week-long post game. >>> and -- >> coming up next, a first look
. the political pundit who loudly predicted, no, insisted, that mitt romney was going to wallop barack obama. >> i think that i was wrong at the top of my lungs. maybe i'm being made a poster child for that. but -- >> do you resent the decision? >> look, fox has given me the opportunity of a lifetime. 15 years, 3,000 interviews, and at some point a great marriage has to come to an end. >> is this part of fox news and the republican party softening their image? and is the press covering that fairly? >>> senator robert menendez denounces a conservative website that published unsubstantiated allegations about him and underage prostitutes. should the media touch that story without proof? >>> we're talking about chris christie' weight again. and you know who i blame? chris christie. >> i'm basically the healthiest fat guy you've ever seen in your life. >> now the governor is mad that others are weighing in on television. >>> plus, more friends taking long vacations from america's most popular social network. the facebook fatigue taking a toll? >>> and cbs cracking down on tonight's grammys with a memo
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